Tag Archives: Filmmakers

  • “Let’s Just Stay Home – Part III” -

    Back in the late 70’s, Stephen King, not exactly an esoteric writer, allowed that comic book heroes could be acceptable paradigms for adolescents, but watch out if those same comic books became the primary source of entertainment for grown men and women.

  • “Let’s Just Stay Home …” -

    “A son says to his mother, on the other side of the earth:  ‘I want you to come and see me.’ Vashti watched his face in the blue plate. ‘But I can see you!’ she exclaimed. ‘What more do you want?’ (E.M.Forster)

  • YEELEN (1987) - Souleymane Cissé

    ‘Yeelen” means ”brightness,” and the symbolic stone’s bright light suggests knowledge and power (NYTimes)

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  • La Fée aux Choux (1896) - Alice Guy-Blaché

    One of the worlds’ first narrative films by arguably the world’s first female filmmaker.

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  • Sickhouse – A Made for Mobile Movie (2016) - Hannah Macpherson

      Stealth-launched on Snapchat and experienced by millions, SICKHOUSE, [is] a “made for mobile” horror thriller produced by Indigenous Media, starring digital superstars Andrea Russett and Sean O’Donnell. (Vimeo.com)

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  • World on a Wire (1973) - Rainer Werner Fassbinder

    “A text book example of a film that was ahead of its time.” Dennis Lim, The New York Times

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